The Rolling Stones upload their best concerts to YouTube to encourage their fans to stay home

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The Rolling Stones will offer on their YouTube channel, from Sunday May 3 and for the next five, an unpublished series with their best concerts, in an initiative with which the band wants to encourage their followers to stay home in the face of the pandemic of the Covid-19.

This is, according to their label, Universal Music, the first time that these performances are available, some of them memorable and with stops around the world. The weekly series, titled “Extra Licks,” is part of YouTube’s #StayHome campaign.

Concerts, which will start every Sunday at 9:00 p.m. on The Rolling Stones YouTube Channel, include performances from the 1994 Voodoo Lounge Tour and the 2016 Latin America Ole! Additionally, fans will be able to engage in real-time conversations as each premiere airs, and each piece will remain for seven days on the channel and be removed when the next episode premieres.

Last week, the Rolling Stones released a new song, titled “Living In A Ghost Town,” which was composed and recorded in Los Angeles and London during the band’s confinement due to the coronavirus crisis. The theme was released along with a new video clip that premiered exclusively on YouTube and which, to date, has nearly 4 million views. .

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